WAR IS PEACE FREEDOM IS SLAVERY IGNORANCE IS STRENGTH

WAR IS PEACE
FREEDOM IS SLAVERY
IGNORANCE IS STRENGTH

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Scholarly Palestinian Arab Scientific Research

After days, maybe even a week or so, of intense historic, archaeological and scientific research, the Palestinian Authority released their five page tome proving without a doubt, no question, Jews have no connection to the Western Wall. There we go, all done. No debate needed. Pheww! Glad that ones over. Thanks Arabs for another great scientific contribution to the world. That would still make........hmmm NONE!

Just when you think they have out-dumbed themselves and can’t get any dumber, off they go and top their last idiotic act, which seems impossible. I guess it must be now. The way I heard it Muslims invented air and water too.

The Palestinian Authority's top researchers hard at work:

Friday, November 12, 2010

Welcome Back Khadr











Romeo Dallaire                                                     Omar Khadr
Former Canadian Soldier,                               Former Al-Qaeda soldier
now a Liberal Senator                                     current Liberal darling

Senator Dallaire has called for the repatriation of Omar Khadr to Canada and suggesting that he be treated as a child soldier reminding Canadians of our obligations internationally and suggesting that our image in the world has suffered as result of not doing so earlier.

So let me see....obligation and image...hmmmmm

My first reaction is,” I can’t believe any serious military man would be a Liberal”, and secondly this man has and continues to be above criticism for his political positions. No one in the media seems to challenge him and I am assuming because of the horrors he witnessed in his capacity of commander of the UN troops in Rwanda or maybe simply because he is a liberal. That, along with his psychological breakdown and suicide attempts no one wants to be seen as uncaring, unsympathetic or ungrateful to a damaged war vet. Well, Bullshit! This is so Canadian it is stomach churning.

If you are going to go public on issues that affect Canadians, their lives and public policy then be prepared for the heat, the fight and the criticism. I don’t know but I would prefer a General more than a social worker down at the municipal welfare office. What kind of Generals are we producing? I want tough as nails with brains Generals not some squishy, touchy feely, multiculti , politically correct guys.

I wonder what the other soldiers have to say who also witnessed the Rwandan barbarity and had to fight it and clean it up afterward? Not a word about them. Has anyone asked any of the other officers and fighting men for their opinions? Do they concur with the General? What of the Belgian soldiers? What are their opinions? Who from that preventable and criminal event has prospered? We Canadians are so polite that we dare not ask the tough questions that need to be asked. We leave that to historians, with time passed no one is harmed, feelings not hurt nor offended. Soo Canadian, kinda maple syrupy

Within Canada, to many, the good General is a hero, a Canadian legend, an iconic Canadian. There are schools named after the man. None in Europe, mind you, and especially not Belgium. Indeed in Belgium he was a wanted man for prosecution of his actions or lack thereof in Rwanda.

From Wikipedia:

[Dallaire has voluntarily avoided travelling to Belgium to testify in a Belgian Senate Commission investigating the deaths of Belgian troops.Belgian authorities have stated that they would seek a penal indictment over his role in the deaths of the Belgian paratroopers. The Belgian Minister of Foreign Affairs has also challenged Dallaire's assertions regarding Belgium's role in Rwanda, saying that "...Dallaire was insulting in his comments and whose cowardice was demonstrated by a lack of responsibility when the situation required leadership on his part."

Further, retired Canadian General Lewis MacKenzie has publicly disagreed with Dallaire's decision to place the UN mission ahead of individual soldiers in Rwanda. Dallaire chose to not mount a rescue of the Belgians under his command, and ten Belgian paratroopers were subsequently murdered. That is a considerable burden to carry the rest of your life. Knowing that you personally sent ten of your best soldiers to their death and you could have prevented those murders.]


Senator Romeo Dallaire was eventually found not responsible for the murders of the ten Belgian soldiers in a military court in 1997.

This story is of legend in Canada and if one listens to the CBC and the liberal media this man is a hero. One only needs to ask the families of the Belgians slaughtered if he really is. A General looks after his own and I don’t hear a lot about those who were left to be cut to pieces as their General witnessed and drove by.

There are many articles on the issues but read others for a fuller understanding and avoid the Dallaire book only as it may be seen as self serving. The internet has it covered extensively; ten Belgium paratroopers were murdered by the Rwanda army. A murder that may have been prevented by the General’s intervention to which he refused even after pleads from the Belgian military that were there under his command at the time. The Belgian military left soon after collecting their butchered dead, leaving his command and the country.

This being said, the General now wants to lecture Canadians on being good citizens. He wants Omar Khadr home in Canada, free and with his family. After all he is “a child soldier”. The world has changed and so has Canada, General. The world is a far more cruel and dangerous a place than it was. People are trying to kill us because we are Canadians, General, and one of those people is... or was Omar Khadr.

From Sara Hampson, Globe and Mail:

"In his new book, Mr. Dallaire takes a hard look at the recruitment and coercion of child soldiers (250,000 boys and girls around the world), a phenomenon he has studied for more than 10 years (at Harvard University’s Carr Center for Human Rights Policy and at Dalhousie University in Halifax) after encountering some of them in Rwanda. Rather than focusing exclusively on their rehabilitation and reintegration – the picking up of their psychological pieces after the conflict is over – he describes them as a “weapons system,” in an effort to bring about the eradication of their use in the first place. Understanding how they are abducted from their families, equipped with light arms because of their proliferation around the world, and forced through rape, drugs and other abuse to fight when they have no understanding of the complex issues involved should not leave readers in despair, he says rather with a sense of outrage and the need for intervention."

None of the above applies to Omar Khadr. He was born into a religious family of Islamists who believe in the destruction of western civilization. No coercion, no rape, no drugs no abuse. By all accounts a very tight, loving and caring family environment. Omar Khadr was and is an admitted soldier and murderer. Canada and Canadians should not be backing his play or listening to the advice of the good General.

From Ezra Levant:

Khadr admits to replaying the murder in his mind for pleasure. His lawyers admit he needs to be deradicalized. The prosecution’s psychiatrist, Dr. Michael Welner, interviewed Khadr and testified he is a master manipulator, regarded as a jihadist leader. Which raises another question: Why didn’t Khadr’s lawyers bring evidence to rebut Welner’s testimony?


Because they had none. Khadr’s team had two psychologists and a psychiatrist. But it’s hard for medical professionals to pretend a remorseless killer is innocent. So they never took the witness stand.

And again Ezra:

When prison life got Omar Khadr down, he said he would think about how it felt to kill Christopher Speer, the U.S. army medic he murdered in Afghanistan.

Daydreaming about murdering Speer “would make him feel good.” He “felt happy” when he learned that Speer had died.

Khadr said building remote-controlled roadside bombs to kill American soldiers in Afghanistan was “the proudest moment of his life.” He had a special hatred for Jews.


That’s no run-of-the-mill murderer. That’s Russell Williams stuff. It’s Paul Bernardo territory. Normal people would feel remorse or disgust at taking a life. Only psychopaths feel pleasure and re-enact the murderers again and again in their minds.


Let po, po Omar do his time....he did the crime!

It’s really unfortunate that we cannot convince his family join him.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Hmmmm? Say it ain't so, Sean


The uplifted right eyebrow betrayed him. Could it be that he is the author of the infamous “Blue Book”. All kidding aside I could not resist tracking down this book after the discourse between Mark Steyn and the self described Journalism Doctor from Steyn archives. I finally tracked down a copy of this book. It is real and the contents are unbelievable from a Western perspective. I can not quite get my head around the main stream media’s neglect in reviewing this book but they are teaching me each and everyday how useless they are. If a Christian leader wrote such a tract the media would be all over them destroying their reputation, their credibility and anyone associated with them.

But back to Steynamite and Journodoc I have read this discourse many times between the two with great amusement. Mark takes this puffed up English major BA grad from Western University, dressed up for Halloween as a college professor, and evisiorates him not unlike lambs during Eid. For those of you who have not had the opportunity. Enjoy a classic take down and gutting.....let him bleed out.

http://www.steynonline.com/content/view/1516/26


Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Remembering the Holocaust

The following is excerpted from Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s speech on Parliament Hill Monday to a gathering of international parliamentarians and experts attending a conference on combating anti-Semitism:

Two weeks ago I visited Ukraine for the first time. At the killing grounds of Babyn Yar, I knew I was standing in a place where evil – evil at its most cruel, obscene, and grotesque – had been unleashed. But while evil of this magnitude may be unfathomable, it is nonetheless a fact.

It is a fact of history. And it is a fact of our nature – that humans can choose to be inhuman. This is the paradox of freedom. That awesome power, that grave responsibility – to choose between good and evil.

Let us not forget that even in the darkest hours of the Holocaust, men were free to choose good. And some did. That is the eternal witness of the Righteous Among the Nations.

And let us not forget that even now, there are those who would choose evil, and would launch another Holocaust, if left unchecked. That is the challenge before us today.

In response to this resurgence of moral ambivalence on these issues, we must speak clearly.

Remembering the Holocaust is not merely an act of historical recognition. It must also be an understanding and an undertaking. An understanding that the same threats exist today. And an undertaking of a solemn responsibility to fight those threats.

Jews today in many parts of the world and many different settings are increasingly subjected to vandalism, threats, slurs, and just plain, old-fashioned lies.

Let me draw your attention to some particularly disturbing trends.

Anti-Semitism has gained a place at our universities, where at times it is not the mob who are removed, but the Jewish students under attack. And, under the shadow of a hateful ideology with global ambitions, one which targets the Jewish homeland as a scapegoat, Jews are savagely attacked around the world – such as, most appallingly, in Mumbai in 2008.

We have seen all this before. And we have no excuse to be complacent. In fact we have a duty to take action. And for all of us, that starts at home.

In Canada , we have taken a number of steps to assess and combat anti-Semitism in our own country. But of course we must also combat anti-Semitism beyond our borders, - an evolving, global phenomenon. And we must recognize, that while its substance is as crude as ever, its method is now more sophisticated.

Harnessing disparate anti-Semitic, anti-American and anti-Western ideologies, it targets the Jewish people by targeting the Jewish homeland, Israel, as the source of injustice and conflict in the world, and uses, perversely, the language of human rights to do so.

We must be relentless in exposing this new anti-Semitism for what it is. Of course, like any country, Israel may be subjected to fair criticism. And like any free country, Israel subjects itself to such criticism – healthy, necessary, democratic debate. But when Israel , the only country in the world whose very existence is under attack – Is consistently and conspicuously singled out for condemnation, I believe we are morally obligated to take a stand. Demonization, double standards, delegitimization, the 3 D’s, it is a responsibility, to stand up to them.

And I know, by the way, because I have the bruises to show for it, that whether it is at the United Nations, or any other international forum, the easy thing to do is simply to just get along and go along with this anti-Israeli rhetoric, to pretend it is just being even-handed, and to excuse oneself with the label of “honest broker.” There are, after all, a lot more votes, a lot more, in being anti-Israeli than in taking a stand. But, as long as I am Prime Minister, whether it is at the UN or the Francophonie or anywhere else, Canada will take that stand, whatever the cost. Not just because it is the right thing to do, but because history shows us, and the ideology of the anti-Israeli mob tells us all too well, that those who threaten the existence of the Jewish people are, in the longer term, a threat to all of us.

Earlier I noted the paradox of freedom. It is freedom that makes us human. Whether it leads to heroism or depravity depends on how we use it.

We are free citizens, but also the elected representatives of free peoples. We have a solemn duty to defend the vulnerable, to challenge the aggressor, to protect and promote human dignity, at home and abroad. None of us knows whether we would choose to do good, in the extreme circumstances of the Righteous. But we do know there are those today who would choose to do evil, if they are so permitted. Thus, we must use our freedom now, and them and their anti-Semitism at every turn.

Our work together is a sign of hope, just as the existence and persistence of the Jewish homeland is a sign of hope. And it is here that history serves not to warn but to inspire.

As I said on the 60th anniversary of its founding, the State of Israel appeared as a light, in a world emerging from deep darkness. Against all odds, that light has not been extinguished. It burns bright, upheld by the universal principles of all civilized nations – freedom, democracy, justice.

By working together more closely in the family of civilized nations, we affirm and strengthen those principles. And we declare our faith in humanity’s future, in the power of good over evil.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

IT WAS CLOSE BUT WE STILL WON

IT WAS CLOSE BUT WE STILL WON

American Voters take Obama and the Coruptocrats out back to the wood shed for a little bit of a tune up. “Ears” just doesn’t get it....yet. Maybe another trip? Anyone....ideas?

“We don’t mind the Republicans joining us,” “Ears“remarked to a partisan rally “They can come for the ride, but they gotta sit in the back.”

I want them just to get out of the way” and “don’t do a lot of talking,” "Ears" smugly remarked over the stimulus spending.

“I probably should have used the word ‘opponents’ instead of ‘enemies’ “Ears” describing the Republicans.


From his speech 03/11/2010

“No one party will be able to dictate where we go from here,” he told a press conference Wednesday, calling for both parties to work together to tackle the problems facing the country.

“No person, no party, has a monopoly on wisdom,” he added.

“There are going to be areas of policy where we’re going to have to do a better job,” he conceded. He defended his economic recovery package and the bank and auto industry bailouts saying that they were a “response to an emergency”.

Obama rejected the notion that the election results are a rejection of his policies, but their results.

“Voters are not satisfied with the outcomes,” he said.

Well, I want somebody to tell me what is fair about one incompetent having the right to systematically destroy my country. I want to know where the fairness is in that.
I want to know why in hell anybody is even thinking about much less talking about compromising with this man. I want to know why anybody who believes in the Constitution wants to discuss compromising individual freedom or liberty with this man
Rush Limbaugh 03/11/2010.